Welcome to the NH Divorce Website
Are you facing divorce? If yes, the most important question is, “How are you going to make the decisions in the divorce?” Your options are:
- Informal negotiations
- Collaborative practice
- Negotiation through lawyers
- Contested hearing (judge decides)
Over 90% of divorcing couples in New Hampshire use one of the first four methods, or a combination of them, to decide about parenting, support and asset division. When the divorcing parties make the decisions, they can have a no-court divorce.
The next question is, “Who can best help you through the process?” Answer: A lawyer who both knows the law and is experienced in all the ways of making decisions.
Honey Hastings has been a New Hampshire family law attorney since 1982 and mediator since 1995. She will assist you in selecting and using an option for an uncontested divorce. She focuses on services that help individuals and couples facing divorce or other New Hampshire family law issues resolve disputes respectfully and efficiently without fighting in court. She offers services that allow them to make decisions for their families, including Collaborative Practice, Mediation, and Unbundled Legal Services.
Additionally she reviews Mediated Agreements, provides Second Opinions, and serves as Settlement Counsel. She handles no-fault divorces, after-divorce issues, unwed cases, and prepares wills and premarital agreements. Her work as a mediator is discussed at http://familymediationnh.com/.
Since 1995, this website has provided regularly updated information for those facing separation and divorce in New Hampshire and for the family law professionals who assist them. Registered Subscribers automatically receive notice of new postings by email.
If you need legal advice about divorce, legal separation, or parenting, but you and the other persons and property involved are not located in or in anyway associated with the state of New Hampshire you can use the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers to find a lawyer who can help you.
All information on this site is copyright by Honey Hastings and may not be reproduced without permission. It is for informational purposes only, not legal advice. You should consult a lawyer in your home state for legal advice or answers to your questions concerning your specific family. No warranty or guarantee is implied or included. Please see our full notices section before continuing.